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An Electro Rock night hosted by the famous Hot Vox promotions.
Free Show! Ultraxine are playing as part of Obvious Pseudonym's Christmas Bash! Free Santa Hats, Free Entry, free Christmas Spirit. What more could you want!
Come along to The Wharfside on Thornes Lane this Saturday for a really rather splendid FREE music festival! Starting at 4pm and continuing until 10pm on a (hopefully) warm Summer's night, there's a whole pile of acts including acoustic and electric sets from... Callum Macintyre The Cullens Reader Meet Author Mike Ainsley The Tracks I R Hero Obvious Pseudonym ...and possibly more! Outdoor seating, full stage, it's going to be great fun! Drinks offers will be available as well as a light bites menu until 8pm. Children welcome until 9pm. Parking available, and it's just a short walk from the Hepworth and Kirkgate Station. The Wharfside (formerly the Jolly Sailor) is between Sea Cadets and Double Two Factory Shop, next to the River Calder.
Solo support slot for OBVIOUS PSEUDONYM.
Label: Cheese Factory
Manager: Joel Rowbottom
Bio: We are Obvious Pseudonym, the band originally responsible for bringing you non-hits such as 'Keith Chegwin For A Day' and 'Disco Sauce'. If Chas'n'Dave had wild, mad, sticky sex with the Pet Shop Boys this is what they'd produce - and Pete Waterman would do the mopping up.
“Headliners, Obvious Pseudonym, gave us quirky self penned satirical pop, funk etched with jazzy electro, meandering into 'Abbaesque' sing-along. Obviously something very different for the chilled out, very appreciative audience gathered to celebrate the solstice.”